What is Assault Rifle Bravo in Modern Warfare and Warzone?
Here is all you need to know about Assault Rifle Bravo.
Warzone’s latest update is here and there are some interesting changes being made to the game.
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The last few days have been quite happening for Call of Duty fans, with the reveal of the first look of Call of Duty Vanguard as well as the new Warzone Pacific map. Now, the Season 5 Reloaded Update is here and there are some interesting changes to look forward to.
What is Assault Rifle Bravo in Modern Warfare and Warzone? – Weapon Nerf Explained
One of the things mentioned in the patch notes is that Assault Rifle Bravo is undergoing some changes in the game. Call of Duty games have codenames for certain weapons, but considering that the weapons aren’t named by these codenames in the game, it becomes a bit troublesome to know which weapon has been tweaked. The codename is used only for the blueprint.
Assault Rifle Bravo is none other than FAL. According to the developers, the FAL was a bit overpowered so it has been nerfed. The Time to Kill of the FAL is the same, but it now requires an additional headshot. Here is what the developers had to say about the change.
To the dismay or surprise of some, our data suggest that the Assault Rifle Bravo (MW) is an absolute monster. The Assault Rifle Bravo (MW) will still be capable of achieving an extremely low Time to Kill, though that speed will now be locked behind an additional Headshot. Changes like these align more closely with our goal to shift consistently acquirable TTKs out of the 300ms range.
Considering that the FAL was widely used by players, this could be a notable change to the game’s meta. This Warzone update doesn’t add a lot of new stuff as such, but there have been several interesting changes to weapons and a lot more. The update has just dropped so fans are still getting a hang of the changes, and whether they actually improve the game for good remains to be seen.